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  Needs polish, Mon 26th Sep 2011
By Campbell - See all my reviews

This game had me intrigued for a little while, but I soon came across some bugs and spelling mistakes that put me off. There also isn't nearly enough background to the story - characters are just 'there' with no explanation or introduction. Descriptions in general are very spare.

I do think this game has potential however, if more time was spent fleshing out the descriptions, and play tested.


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  Imaginative, but lacks polish, Thu 4th Aug 2011
By Duncan_B - See all my reviews

Interesting idea for a game, but I found interacting with it really hard. Lots of guess the verb problems, errors in writing. Perhaps my biggest problem (aside from never figuring out how to use the harpoon gun) was that I seemed to be getting led into having to kill the Fish Man somehow, but I never knew why. He seemed pretty peaceful, actually. Am I actually supposed to be the monster here? That could be an interesting twist, but I don't think it's actually the author's intention.

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